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In this product guide, we cover Sportswear Manufacturers in China and look into the specifics of importing private label and custom-designed fitness apparel. Keep reading, and learn more about production clusters, material specifications, and product customization.
In addition, we also explain what you must know about relevant textiles regulations, including substance restrictions, technical standards, and labeling requirements.
Sportswear Manufacturing Clusters
Sportswear Manufacturers, a title that can be applied to Apparel producers of a wide variety of products, are (with notable exceptions) concentrated in Fujian and Guangdong. Instead, they are part of the larger apparel industry. Sportswear buyers shall consider visiting the following cities:Continue reading Sportswear Manufacturers in China: A Complete Guide
Planning to import underwear or lingerie from India? In this guide, we list some of India’s leading undergarment manufacturers. The suppliers produce lingerie sets, sports bras, panties, sleepwear, loungewear, and much more.
Each company profile also covers main products, capabilities, certification, social compliance, and factory location.
Planning to import socks from China but still looking for the right manufacturer? In this guide, we list sock suppliers offering a wide range of OEM and ODM socks, covering sports socks, ankle socks, baby socks, bamboo socks, pantyhoses, and much more. Each company profile also includes main products, factory location, company certification, and more.
Looking for a new clothing manufacturer in Taiwan? In this guide, we list some of the islands leading apparel manufacturers – specialized in swimwear, sportswear, sweatshirts, hoodies, and a range of other products. Each company profile also covers their histories, capabilities, certification, and more.
Both established and startup apparel brands look to recycled textiles as a way to stand out in the marketplace. That said, many also assume that all recycled fabrics are equally “eco-friendly” – which is not necessarily the case.
Better Cotton Initiative (BCI) is a non-profit organization advocating for planting cotton in a sustainable way. From its establishment in 2009, in Geneva, Switzerland, BCI set out to eliminate unsustainable and self-destructive methods of cotton planting on a global scale.
It combined this goal with a vision of better occupational environments for farmers in cotton-growing countries, empowerment for working women in the field, and the end of child labor.
In this article written by Shufen Lee, you will learn how the Better Cotton Initiative (BCI) works and how brands can source BCI certified fabrics.